Industry News - April 2020

Industry News - April 2020

Todd Rief 

Armstrong Fluid Technology names Rief CEO

Armstrong Fluid Technology announced that Todd Rief has joined the organization as CEO. Rief has over 25 years’ experience in both small and large organizations. In his most recent role, he worked with Honeywell International, where he served as chief commercial officer for the homes and buildings technologies division. In 12 years with Honeywell, he served in a variety of positions including president and general manager of the environmental and energy solutions group and president and general manager of the life safety and security group.

IMARK Plumbing Group approves RectorSeal as vendor

RectorSeal, based in Houston, was approved as a vendor by the IMARK Plumbing Group, a vertical of IMARK Group, Bowie, Maryland, in January. IMARK Plumbing Group’s 652 member companies operate more than 1,300 locations nationwide. RectorSeal was already an approved vendor of another IMARK Group vertical, Blue Hawk HVAC/R, with 216 members and 1,441 locations.

GPS Insight acquires ServiceBridge

GPS Insight announced the acquisition of Chicago-based ServiceBridge, a leading field service management software company for small businesses and franchises with tools that empower field service teams. Founded in 2010, ServiceBridge offers software solutions that enable field service teams to dispatch technicians, manage customer data, streamline workflow management and franchise operations, and analyze results.

Rinnai America attains ISO 9001:2015 certification

Rinnai America announced it has received the ISO 9001:2015 quality management systems certification. The certification recognizes design and engineering support, component laboratory testing, manufacturing and assembly of residential and commercial water heaters, and space heating products and accessories. The ISO 9001 certification allows organizations to identify and certify the key processes that will maintain and improve the quality of the in-scope processes.  



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